Alfre Woodard

‘The Book of Clarence’ Review: Quo Vadis? Clarence

A struggling down-on-his-luck man named Clarence, living in A.D. 33 Jerusalem, looks to capitalize on the rise of Jesus Christ by claiming to be a new Messiah sent by God, in an attempt to free himsel...

7 Good

‘The Gray Man’ Review: Gosling and Evans Charm and Shoot Their Way Through A Cartoonish Film

When the CIA's most skilled operative-whose true identity is known to none-accidentally uncovers dark agency secrets, a psychopathic former colleague puts a bounty on his head, setting off a global ma...

6 Fair

Films To Be Thankful For: ‘Star Trek: First Contact’

Chike Coleman's latest film to be thankful for coincides with the 25th anniversary of a science fiction classic.

Review: The Emotionless ‘Lion King’ Spared No Expense

Aaron Neuwirth reviews 2019's The Lion King, a CG animated update of the original animated classic, with Jon Favreau's direction taking over.

5 Average

Heart and Souls 25th Anniversary: Philosophical Phantasy Fred Approves

An unhappy businessman finds a new sense of purpose after he's tasked with helping a quartet of ghosts fulfill their last wishes before moving on to the afterlife.

Role Call: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert Pattinson Find New Gigs

See who's getting cast this week in Kit Bowen's new column!

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